A report on Araucanía Region

One of Chile's 16 first-order administrative divisions, and comprises two provinces: Malleco in the north and Cautín in the south.

- Araucanía Region

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Cunco, Chile

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Cunco is a Chilean commune and city in Cautín Province, Araucanía Region.

Map showing the "old" and the "new" frontiers of Mapuche Araucanía established by 1870 through the occupation of the Araucanía.

Araucanía (historic region)

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The Spanish name given to the region of Chile inhabited by the Mapuche peoples known as the Moluche in the 18th century.

The Spanish name given to the region of Chile inhabited by the Mapuche peoples known as the Moluche in the 18th century.

Map showing the "old" and the "new" frontiers of Mapuche Araucanía established by 1870 through the occupation of the Araucanía.

This old region of Araucanía now is divided between the southern part of the Bío-Bío Region and the Araucanía Region in southern Chile.

Cholchol

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Cholchol is a Chilean town and commune located in Cautín Province, Araucanía Region.

Lautaro, Chile

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Lautaro is a city and commune of the Cautín Province in Chile's Araucanía Region.

Emblem used by the Organos de Resistencia Territorial (military arm) in sabotage actions awarded by the CAM. The image represents a guemil (symbol of Mapuche iconography) with a Mapuche clava inside it.

Coordinadora Arauco-Malleco

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Radical, militant indigenous organization engaged primarily in political violence in their pursuit of attaining an autonomous Mapuche state in Wallmapu, which, according to them, would only be the revindication and recovery of former Mapuche lands.

Radical, militant indigenous organization engaged primarily in political violence in their pursuit of attaining an autonomous Mapuche state in Wallmapu, which, according to them, would only be the revindication and recovery of former Mapuche lands.

Emblem used by the Organos de Resistencia Territorial (military arm) in sabotage actions awarded by the CAM. The image represents a guemil (symbol of Mapuche iconography) with a Mapuche clava inside it.
Ngüñelfe with blue background, one of the traditional flags

Carabineros gathered special forces from Araucanía Region and flew in a GOPE unit from Santiago.

Padre Las Casas, Chile

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Padre Las Casas is a Chilean city and commune located in Cautín Province, Araucanía Region.

Teodoro Schmidt, Chile

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Teodoro Schmidt is a Chilean town and commune located in Cautín Province, Araucanía Region.